What to Expect

Everyone at our church was new at one time or another, so we remember what it's like. To make your visit easier, we have members who are part of our Welcome Team to greet you and to answer any questions you may have. They are easy to find--they are located at every entrance coming into our building. They can point you in the right direction, help you get your kids to the right location, and provide you with information about our various ministries.

When should i arrive?

If you are visiting with children, we recommend that you arrive 20 minutes early so that we can help you find your children's meeting rooms before escorting you to our adult Bible study groups. 


Parking: We have reserved parking spots for guests located in the row that is closest to the main church building (with the tall steeple). 


Classes: Our Welcome Team will be glad to explain the variety of class options available to you. Options may vary depending on the time of year.

What should I wear?

Come as you are! While you might tend to worry about what to wear to church, you will fit in just fine whether you come in jeans and a t-shirt, polo and khakis, or a suit and tie. What is in our hearts is more important that what is on our body! 



WHAT KINDS OF PEOPLE ARE THERE?

 

On a typical Sunday, you'll see all kinds of people--from parents proud of their newborn, to singles enjoying socializing, to senior adults hanging out with life long friends. Cedar Creek is truly a multi-generational community of faith with people from all walks of life. 

What is there for my kids?

Kids are a precious gift from God. That's why we provide quality, energetic, and fun programming for them. We've got all the resources necessary: well trained teachers, great facilities, and plenty of toys and resources. We have an excellent nursery for your little ones. While you are in Bible study, your kids are too--in a developmentally appropriate way. 


During the worship services: Preschool aged children remain in childcare or attend the worship service with their parents. School-aged children attend the worship service with their parents.